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January 1, 1997
It is estimated that approximately one-half of all pregnancies result in miscarriage (although many of these occur so early in term that the woman is not aware of what has happened). Why is miscarriage still widely seen as an "unnatural" event, a disease or failure on the part of the prospective mother?

Dr. Kathleen Diamond, an expert in genetic research, explains in simple, easy-to-understand language the physical process of early pregnancy. Dr. Diamond is also a mother of two who has herself experienced four miscarriages. Motherhood After Miscarriage is a compelling, understandable explanation of a sensitive issue that has been ignored for too long.

"What happened-and why? Should I try again-and if so, how can I maximize the chances for a safe birth?" This book has the answers and also explores:

Myths and realities associated with miscarriage
Summaries of the known and suspected causes of single and recurrent miscarriage
The pros and cons of hormone treatments and in vitro fertilization
Miscarriage risks for prospective mothers over 35


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Kathleen Diamond has her Ph.D. in biochemistry with a specialty in molecular genetics. Her master's degree is in developmental biology. She has been a Fellow of the National Institutes of Health and the Molecular Biology Institute, and has lectured at UCLA on a variety of topics relating to cell and molecular biology.

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